With production currently under way in Hawaii on Jurassic World, we still don't have many confirmed story details about this sequel, except that it will return to Isla Nublar, the setting of the first Jurassic Park, and that fans will get to see a brand new dinosaur. Back in June, we learned much more about the plot from an unconfirmed report on JoBlo. Today the site has an update on the script, revealing new charactert and plot details.
We previously heard that Isla Nublar is the site of a working theme park with actual living dinosaurs, and is ranked as the most popular attraction in the world. Visitors must take a high-speed boat from Florida to the island, where they can visit a dinosaur petting zoo, a high-tech visitors center that was teased in concept art from March, and go on a ride known as the Gyrosphere that gives you a close-up look at the dinosaurs.
Despite the popularity of the park, they are experimenting with DNA splicing to create new dinosaurs, in order to bring in even more visitors. One new dinosaur is created by the DNA of a T-Rex, a raptor, a snake and a cuttlefish. This is the dinosaur that breaks loose and causes havoc throughout the park. This is likely the new dinosaur that Jack Horner teased last year. This mutated dino will square off against the "tame" raptors and T-Rexs that are trained by Chris Pratt's character. This new evil dinosaur has "instant camouflage abilities," allowing him to perfectly blend into his surroundings, and he also has traits from the other animals such as the raptor's intelligence.
It hasn't been confirmed if this will be the only "bad" dinosaur in the sequel, but stay tuned for more details as production continues.